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Pertech sold; will stay in city with expanded product lineup

Jun 12, 2012 By Martin Reed, Staff Writer

All 30 or so Pertech employees will be able to continue with the company under the merger, and another 10 jobs could be ...


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Pertech Resources Inc. president Kevin Kershisnik, with Italy-based Seac Banche leader Enrico Negrello appearing on Skype video, spoke during a press conference Monday in Riverton to announce the formation of Pertech Industries Inc.  Photo by Martin Reed

Pertech Resources Inc. president Kevin Kershisnik, with Italy-based Seac Banche leader Enrico Negrello appearing on Skype video, spoke during a press conference Monday in Riverton to announce the formation of Pertech Industries Inc. Photo by Martin Reed


Pertech Resources Inc. president Kevin Kershisnik, with Italy-based Seac Banche leader Enrico Negrello appearing on Skype video, spoke during a press conference Monday in Riverton to announce the formation of Pertech Industries Inc.  Photo by Martin Reed

Pertech Resources Inc. president Kevin Kershisnik, with Italy-based Seac Banche leader Enrico Negrello appearing on Skype video, spoke during a press conference Monday in Riverton to announce the formation of Pertech Industries Inc. Photo by Martin Reed

Lander resident Buddy Red Bow changed to his biking shoes on Saturday morning during the Lander Sprint Triathlon. Photo by Bruce Tippets

Lander resident Buddy Red Bow changed to his biking shoes on Saturday morning during the Lander Sprint Triathlon. Photo by Bruce Tippets


Lander resident Buddy Red Bow changed to his biking shoes on Saturday morning during the Lander Sprint Triathlon. Photo by Bruce Tippets

Lander resident Buddy Red Bow changed to his biking shoes on Saturday morning during the Lander Sprint Triathlon. Photo by Bruce Tippets

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